British Airways
Up-to-date detailed seat maps of the combined BA mainline, BA EuroFlyer, BA CityFlyer fleets plus the BA franchise operator Sun-Air of Scandinavia fleet

The wide bodies

British Airways' long haul fleet consists of seventeen Airbus A350s, twelve Airbus A380s, forty-three Boeing 777-200ERs, sixteen Boeing 777-300ERs, twelve Boeing 787-8, eighteen Boeing 787-9, and seven Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners. With the exception of twelve 777-200ERs (types 77S and 77T) all are based at London Heathrow. The three type 77Rs are expected to be converted to 77Ms in 2024

The following types feature the latest Club World suites: 351, 77L, 77M, 77H, and 781, with the 787-8 next in line for conversion from 78B to 78E, beginning 2024

The narrow bodies

BA Mainline operates short-haul services from its London Heathrow base with variants of the Airbus A320 family. The M0A and M9A types tend to gravitate towards London Heathrow Terminal 3 operations

BA EuroFlyer operates BA's short haul services from its London Gatwick base using Airbus A320 type 20Es, which are supported by Airbus A321ceos brought in from the mainline fleet. 

The London City network is operated by BA CityFlyer exclusively with Embraer 190 aircraft. These aircraft are currently undergoing a conversion from 98 to 106 seats

Sun-Air of Scandinavia

Danish airline Sun-Air of Scandinavia operates a small fleet of Dornier 328 jets from its Billund base under a franchise agreement with British Airways


During 2023, British Airways has contracted additional aircraft from third-party airlines so it can provide its planned network coverage. This arrangement is a stop-gap until new aircraft are received from Airbus and Boeing.

At London Heathrow, BA has wet-leased four Airbus A320ceos from Finnair. At London Gatwick, BA's service to/from Dublin is operated by ATRs wet leased from Aer Lingus Regional

Historic seat maps

In this portfolio, we have assembled a small selection of seat maps depicting dear departed members of BA's fleet

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